CASE Study

As I was doing some blog hopping this morning, I came across the newest CASE Study challenge and knew I had to play along. While the entire inspiration piece spoke to me, I was especially drawn to the colors and vintage feel! I don't know that Vintage is my strongest style, but I certainly enjoy it!

I started by trimming a piece of First Edition dsp and tearing the right corner. I then cut my Basic Black panel and adhere it to the dsp and tore that as well. For just an extra pop of color, I took a small scrap of Real Red dsp, tore it and adhered it so that it's ever so slightly peeking out! Next I stamped my image from "Have a Seat" and punched a heart out of Glimmer Paper. I finished it all off by sponging on all layers with crumb cake ink, to give it a bit of an aged look. Of course, I also added some pretty taffeta ribbon and an antique brad that was inspired by the challenge.

I hope you liked my card today! Thanks for stopping by :)

All supplies SU! unless noted
Stamps: Have a Seat, sentiment, non-SU!
Ink: Basic Black, Crumb Cake
Paper: Crumb Cake, Basic Black, Very Vanilla, First Edition DSP, Glimmer Paper
Accessories: Sponge Daubers, Antique Brads, 2 step Owl Punch (for the heart), Basic Black Taffeta Ribbon

To purchase these or other SU! products, visit my online store.

6 comments:

Amy said...

Love how you punched out the heart for your bench! And the little pop of red behind the torn edge! Great card Mo!

Claudia said...

I love your take. You never fail to amaze me.
Love,
Mon

Brenda said...

Just love it!! Love the vintage feel. What a darling stamp that bench is!! Great card!

Andrea Ewen said...

Gorgeous, Maureen...love the colors, black, white, kraft and red are always high on my list of favorites! Sweet stamps and lovely ribbon accent! Thanks for playing along with us at CASE Study challenges!

Aimes said...

Beautiful card! I think you've definitely got the vintage style to perfection along with that fab colour combo!
Thanks so much for joining us on CASE study!
Hugs,
Aimes
x

Iwona Palamountain (Chupa) said...

Oh, very nice Maureen! I love that stamp!

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